Endowed professorships are among the highest honors a college can bestow on a faculty member and are reserved for scholars of national and international acclaim.
UF College of Pharmacy researchers Daohong Zhou, Guangrong Zheng and Yaxia Yuan developed a new compound that simultaneously attacks two key proteins critical for a cancer cell’s survival.
The Teaching Service Award winners were recognized for their substantial contributions to the college, university, community and scientific community.
University of Florida College of Pharmacy graduate students Amy Alleyne, Elham Amini and Erin Berthold were three of 10 finalists to compete in UF’s Three Minute Thesis Competition on Nov. 9.
Malany will optimize and develop small molecules that activate a receptor that plays a cardioprotective role in the body as potential therapeutics to treat resistant hypertension.
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Charles Frazier, Ph.D., will serve as a co-investigator on both grants.
Siobhan Malany leads research focused on muscle biology changes in microgravity as a model of age-related muscle disease.
Ortiz’s project tests the ability of the kratom alkaloid mitragynine to alleviate withdrawal from prescription opioids.
Sheng completed her final dissertation defense on July 16.